When the phrase “low tech” is spoken around here, we’re immediately transported back to the tech binding renaissance of the early 90s that saw Dynafit introduce many category-defining products to the market. A descendant from this product lineage was the Superlite 2.0, which with its excellent lateral elasticity, adjustable lateral release, and fixed vertical release, satisfied most everyone looking for a capable yet lightweight binding that was built to withstand the test of time. As an ode to this period, Dynafit is releasing their “Low Tech” binding, which uses the chassis of the Superlite 2.0 but with a funky twist that celebrates the retro designs of years past. With the Low Tech binding, you have a chance to own a limited edition binding that embodies the true spirit of being Low Tech; lightweight, simple, and durable. Get yours before they’re gone.
- Can be used with optional brakes.
- Lateral release can be adjusted between 6-12 to suit your specific needs.
- Rotating the heel piece gives access to two heel riser heights, letting you ascend the steepest skin tracks.
- Proven toe piece design is simple and durable.
||Accessory 75, 90, 105|
||2 + unofficial flat|
||Forged 7075 aluminum, chromoly & stainless steel, high-strength synthetics|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Lightweight touring & mountaineering|
|Notes||Fixed vertical release|
|Bottom Line||Coolest lightweight binding available|
|Compare to other Lean Bindings|
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